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Could certain light
waves entering your eyes trigger headaches?
group of esteemed scientists seem to think
a Colorado company led by Radio Frequency
engineer Rick Cosby, has developed a pair
of highly advanced lenses designed to
alter a certain group of light waves believed
to be triggers for many types of headaches,
is not new, but the highly specialized
design created by Cosby for TriggerOptics
is a first in the marketplace. It is essentially
a pair of sunglasses designed specifically
for headache sufferers. According to Cosby,
"headaches may be prevented by wearing
these TriggerOptics lenses."
Cosby is an
Wave Frequency Engineer by trade. His
engineering degree from the Dale School
of Engineering in England, focused on
wave theory and radio frequency engineering.
His career has included still-classified
work as a design scientist with the US
Department of Defense, and as a Science
Contractor for the Department of Energy.
a professor of Electro Physics, and has
completed numerous independent consulting
contracts for radio frequency engineering,
including the construction of several
radio and television broadcast stations.
Rick Cosby has a deep practical and theoretical
understanding of light waves. His highly
specialized education and experience make
him uniquely qualified to put forth the
theory that special lenses might help
prevent headaches - and then to actually
design and build the lenses for TriggerOptics.